Hosting a dashboad on my own website

matsuo_basho 10 Reputation points
2024-05-31T02:32:30.3433333+00:00

I would like to build a dashboard using Plotly Dash and then host it on my own website. The dashboard will allow users to load data, then run machine learning models on that data in the backend and output the results.

I know Azure ML and have worked with it quite a bit, but I don't have familiarity with any of the other services in the Azure ecosystem. I searched around and seems that it's possible to do this with Web Apps or App Service, but not sure.

Please provide some guidance and links on how to get started. Also, the way I would integrate it with AzureML for the modeling portion would be helpful, as well.

Thanks.

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  1. Gowtham CP 3,340 Reputation points
    2024-05-31T14:39:31.3833333+00:00

    Hello matsuo_basho ,

    Thank you for reaching out on the Microsoft Q&A.

    1. Set Up Your Website:

    • Install libraries: Run pip install dash azureml-sdk to get the Dash and Azure ML libraries.
    • Deploy your app: Use Git or Docker to deploy your app.

    2. Connect to Azure ML:

    • Create a workspace: Set up an Azure ML workspace and train your model.
    • Link your app to the model: Use the Azure ML SDK to connect your app to the trained model and display predictions.

    Helpful Links:

    I hope this helps! If you have any further questions, feel free to ask.

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